Just a few years ago, Bryce Travis was just an average high school pitcher. He was reaching the low 80s with his fastball, but didn't really have a great assortment of pitches or outstanding control. "I was throwing hard, but I wasn't unique in any way," Travis said. "I was like everyone else." Travis, however, was determined to set himself apart from everyone else.
Madison Central’s season came to an end with an 8-6 loss to #19 Bowling Green (22-11) on Friday night in the opening round of the KHSAA State Tournament at Whitaker Bank Ballpark. The #5 Indians didn’t trail until the Purples scored five times in the top of the sixth inning. Central (30-8) got a run in the bottom of the sixth, but left the bases loaded.